This program helps you manage your debt collection and litigation accounts. It uses a built-in Microsoft Access Database, and the one-touch keypad allows you to configure searches for specific fields. You can also enter search queries directly. Printing options include a print-screen button that sends a snapshot of your screen directly to the printer. There are two different data grids from which account information can be printed. Topics: Litigation MAX, Business, Management, Business, Litigation MAX
Over the years since our founding in 1990, many clients just like you have turned to Ward to help real estate public relations their management teams cause a new result. And quite often, it becomes quickly evident that insufficient communication with internal and/or external audiences lies at the root of missed opportunities to achieve an important company goal.Address: 5959 West Loop South Suite 510 Bellaire TX 77401Call us : (713) 869-0707 Topics: employee communication, litigation communications
Click here for more Information http://www.audiosolutionz.com/land-use-zoning-law/religious-land-zoning-issues.html Understanding the Development and Regulations of the Use of Land: Litigating land use cases; Religious land use and zoning issues In this training video Daniel P. Dalton will understand how litigation will happen to some land use projects and also understand what to expect before litigation starts.You will also, learn about religious land issues that happen from time to time. For... Topics: Land use Litigation, Religious Land use, Litigation Strategies
Cheap Legal Document Services If you are in need of California legal document services, A People’s Choice can save you hundreds of dollars by preparing your California court and other legal documents instead of an expensive attorney. Contact us today! Topic: California Civil Litigation and Procedures
Mr. Schlafly is General Counsel for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. Doctors for Disaster Preparedness 22nd Annual Meeting June 25-27, 2004 San Diego, CA. Topics: andrew schlafly, litigation, epidemic, fallout
http://www.companylitigation.net - Experienced real estate attorney representing commercial litigation and business law. Topics: Real Estate attorney, business attorney, real estate litigation, business litigation, commercial...
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Western Bank of Scotland, Reports of proceedings in actions, Western Bank Liquidators v. Western Bank Directors, Inglis (a shareholder) v. Western Bank Directors, and Western Bank v. Ayrshire Banking Company; T. and T. Clark, Law Booksellers; John Smith and Son; Stevens and Son., Edinburgh : Glasgow : London: 1860. 109 p. Topic: Dunlop, James,--Defendant--Trials, litigation, etc.
A summary of patent litigation damages awarded in US patent litigation lawsuits in 2013. Report produced by Lex Machina, a patent litigation analytics firm. Topics: Patent, Litigation, Patent Damages, Lex Machina
Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, Parrish Court Reporting has been independently owned and woman-operated since 1990. Certified by the state of California as a certified shorthand reporter, Cheryl Parrish is the cornerstone of Parrish Reporting. Parrish Reporting’s litigation support services help build and manage a winning case. From smart case management and delivering demonstratives, to audiovisuals that provide the solid foundation for successful cases, Parrish Reporting... Topics: litigation support services, litigation support los angeles, court reporting agencies, court...
City of Glasgow Bank. Opinions of the judges in Note for the liquidators of the City of Glasgow Bank against William MacKinnon. First division. Friday, 23d December 1881. John Menzies & Company, [Edinburgh : 1881]. 61,  p. ; 28 cm. Topics: Mackinnon, William--Trials, litigation, etc., City of Glasgow Bank--Trials, litigation, etc.
Help for homeowners, attorneys, consultants and others who must face vibration damage issues, particularly those related to construction. The CVDG is written by a scientist, but in layman's terms, so that those with a high school education can read it without difficulty. It describes the ways damage occurs, how to identify it and how to deal with it. The CVDG is filled with technical information on vibration monitoring, standards, legal action and much more. It has over 200 color graphics,... Topics: vibration, construction, damage, litigation, standards, blasting, monitoring, construction,...
Court decisions relating to bilingual education in the United States are synthesized and analyzed. In addition to cases relating specifically to language of instruction, those dealing with desegregation and racial or ethnic discrimination are reviewed. In decisions involving the teaching of foreign languages in elementary school, during the period 1923-1947, the trend was to invalidate state statutes prohibiting the teaching of foreign languages below the eighth grade. From 1950 on, court... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bilingual Education, Court Doctrine, Court Litigation, Desegregation Litigation,...
This document presents the Supreme Court decision on the legal suit between the Austin Independent School District and the United States. It is a response to the school system's petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the fifth circuit. The Court of Appeals had ruled that extensive cross-town transportation was to be used in order to achieve racial balance in every school in Austin, Texas. The Supreme Court reviewed the case in light of Washington V. Davis... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bus Transportation, Desegregation Litigation, Racial Integration, School...
Book from Project Gutenberg: Trial of Duncan Terig, alias Clerk, and Alexander Bane Macdonald for the Murder of Arthur Davis, Sergeant in General Guise's Regiment of Foot Library of Congress Classification: KD Topics: Macdonald, Alexander Bane -- Trials, litigation, etc., Terig, Duncan -- Trials, litigation, etc.,... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/26133
These summaries of recent major court decisions related to school desegregation were prepared in an effort to be of assistance to nonlawyers. As an introduction, the workings of the United States judicial system are outlined, and an overview of school desegregation law since 1954 is provided. Recent decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court that set standards for desegregation cases in all Federal courts are explained. Noteworthy Federal cases in which the U.S. Supreme Court did not make significant... Topics: ERIC Archive, Affirmative Action, Civil Rights, Court Litigation, Desegregation Litigation,...
Visit http://www.bamieherickson.com/ today. Attorney Ron Bamieh, a Ventura family law lawyer, explains the two types of family law cases (depending on the amount of assets) and says both can be stressful. Call (805) 643-5555 for a free consultation with one of our lawyers.Bamieh & Erickson PLC 692 East Thompson Boulevard Ventura, CA 93001 (805) 643-5555 Topics: Educate Clients, Relieve Stress, Aggressive Trial lawyer, Litigation
Mr. Schlafly, General Counsel for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, examines the effect of environmental litigation on American industry. Doctors for Disaster Preparedness 2002 Annual Meeting Colorado Springs, CO Topics: andrew schlafly, world trade center, junk science, litigation
http://www.lloydward.com/contact-us.html Kimberley Doom on The Business Spotlight Dallas Attorney with Lloyd Ward & Associates tells her story of becoming an Attorney. Hosted by Patrick Dougher of Doer Success Marketing. Rest of the Transcription at: http://www.patrickdougher.com/kimberl... Lloyd Ward & Associates12655 N. Central ExpresswaySuite 1000Dallas, TX 75243 Phone: 972-361-0036Fax: 972-361-0039Patrick Dougher at http://boostyourbusinessimage.com/The studio... Topic: Kimberley Doom on The Business Spotlight A Litigation Attorney
After a federal judge ruled in 1982 that some stipulations of the National Association of Broadcasters' (NAB) Television Code were violating antitrust laws, the NAB responded by suspending all code operations. Effects of the suspension on network advertising included (1) the disappearance of preclearance for commercials about cholesterol-related products and for advertising aimed at children; (2) the acceptance of some advertising, especially by local stations, formerly prohibited by the code;... Topics: ERIC Archive, Advertising, Broadcast Industry, Commercial Television, Court Litigation, Standards
The statement reviews experience of the Department of Justice with cases of child abuse in institutions, discusses the extent of the problem, and proposes some remedies for prevention of abuse of institutionalized children. The decisions of four court cases in three states are reported to demonstrate the type of child abuse occurring in institutions. Suggested remedies for the widespread abuse are derived from existing court orders for remedial measures and include enjoining the use of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Child Abuse, Children, Court Litigation, Institutionalized Persons, Prevention
The interplay of historical, technological, legal, and economic events that surrounded the strident controversies involving two competing 1890s composing machines--John R. Rogers's Typograph and Ottmar Mergenthaler's Linotype--is examined in this paper. Using patent copies, court documents, trade journal reports and newspaper articles of the era, and press association accounts, the paper identifies and analyzes the role of the combatants, their machines, and patents, and the underlying forces... Topics: ERIC Archive, Court Litigation, Inventions, Patents, Printing, Technological Advancement
This document, the seventh annual bulletin presenting statistics from the Uniform Parole Reports and the National Probation Reports, indicates the relative use of different types of correctional sanctions in the United States. It notes that during 1987, 2,242,053 adult offenders in the United States were on probation and 362,192 were on parole, and that on any given day in 1987, 1 out of every 53 adults in the United States were under some form of correctional supervision. Statistics are... Topics: ERIC Archive, Adults, Correctional Rehabilitation, Court Litigation, Criminals, Prisoners
Plaintiff Williams & Wilkins Company, a medical publisher, charges that the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Library of Medicine (NLM), has infringed plaintiff's copyrights in certain of its medical journals by making unauthorized photocopies of articles from those periodicals. Modern photocopying in its relation to copyright spins off troublesome problems, which have been much discussed. Those issues have never... Topics: ERIC Archive, Copyrights, Court Litigation, Federal Courts, Libraries, Reprography
The witness, CEO and President of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, was deposed by the plaintiffs. He began by comparing the marketing position of RJR brands to Marlboro, which has been the top selling cigarette for the past eighteen years. He described the inadequacies of current scientific knowledge, claiming for example that mouse studies have failed to show causality between tobacco and cancer. He also claimed that epidemiological research has failed to show environmental tobacco smoke to be as a risk... Topics: tobacco, cigarette, deposition, litigation, advertising, industry response, youth
Respondents filed in the Patent Office an application for an invention which was described as being related to the processing of data by program and more particularly to the programmed conversion of numerical information in general purpose digital computers. The patent sought is on a method of programming a general purpose digital computer to convert signals from binary coded decimal form into pure binary form. The claims were not limited to any particular art or technology, apparatus or... Topics: ERIC Archive, Computer Programs, Digital Computers, Patents, Supreme Court Litigation